The UK is officially joining the small list of countries that have space launch capability, as Virgin Orbitâ€™s start of operations look set to fill a gap in small satellite launch capability.
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France and the UK team up to take on Starlink and other satellite broadband providers
France is well-positioned to become the global center for deep technology startups.
It will take a much more sustained drought in NFT sales before the industry will be convinced to drop the idea permanently.
The French startup, Ascendance Flight Technologies, is the latest company to offer a low-emission, VTOL air taxi.
As technology has evolved, the promise of the â€˜smart cityâ€™ has drawn ever closer but there is a growing concern about the environmental cost of the digital technology that makes this a reality.
Ledger, a company launched in 2014 by experts in security and cryptocurrencies just became the 16th French startup to be worth more than $1 billion after raising a further $380 million in its latest funding round.
While the battle for Artificial Intelligence seems lost against the Chinese and American giants, the next breakthrough in quantum computing is still to be discovered, and France will not be left behind.